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We are pleased to announce that Qing Gu has received the 2023-24 R. Ray Bennett Faculty Fellow Award. This prestigious award recognizes high-achieving young faculty in the ECE Department and supports their pursuit of cutting-edge research.

Dr. Gu’s research is focused on creating nanophotonic components for photonic integrated circuits (PICs), with a special emphasis on quantum-inspired light sources. At NC State, she is part of an interdisciplinary program advancing on-chip device technology by leveraging unique material properties. Her work encompasses Nanolasers and NanoLEDs, Topologically Protected Microlasers, Perovskite Microlasers on Si, and Luminescent Hyperbolic Metamaterials, and she has also begun pioneering work in the field of quantum devices.

Gu is the author of "Semiconductor Nanolasers" and has published 47 peer-reviewed papers. Since 2016, she has been awarded over $3.4 million in funding. She has received numerous awards including the 2020 NSF CAREER Award.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Gu for this outstanding recognition.

We are pleased to announce that Qing Gu has received the 2023-24 R. Ray Bennett Faculty Fellow Award. This prestigious award recognizes high-achieving young faculty in the ECE Department and supports their pursuit of cutting-edge research.

Dr. Gu’s research is focused on creating nanophotonic components for photonic integrated circuits (PICs), with a special emphasis on quantum-inspired light sources. At NC State, she is part of an interdisciplinary program advancing on-chip device technology by leveraging unique material properties. Her work encompasses Nanolasers and NanoLEDs, Topologically Protected Microlasers, Perovskite Microlasers on Si, and Luminescent Hyperbolic Metamaterials, and she has also begun pioneering work in the field of quantum devices.

Gu is the author of "Semiconductor Nanolasers" and has published 47 peer-reviewed papers. Since 2016, she has been awarded over $3.4 million in funding. She has received numerous awards including the 2020 NSF CAREER Award.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Gu for this outstanding recognition.
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🎉 Big congrats to Michael Daniele, our amazing associate professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, for winning the 2024 William F. Lane Outstanding Teaching Award! 🏆

Since joining NC State in 2015, Dr. Daniele has transformed education with his innovative teaching methods, blending research and real-world applications. His dedication to student mentorship has resulted in over 30 co-authored publications, showcasing his commitment to developing future leaders.

Dr. Daniele's work on wearable biochemical sensors is crucial to the NSF ASSIST Center, and his popular Wearable Biosensors and Microsystems course is a student favorite. Plus, his leadership in the SensUs competition gives students incredible global research experiences.

Congrats, Dr. Daniele, for this well-deserved recognition! 🎓🌟 #ThinkECE

🎉 Big congrats to Michael Daniele, our amazing associate professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Biomedical Engineering, for winning the 2024 William F. Lane Outstanding Teaching Award! 🏆

Since joining NC State in 2015, Dr. Daniele has transformed education with his innovative teaching methods, blending research and real-world applications. His dedication to student mentorship has resulted in over 30 co-authored publications, showcasing his commitment to developing future leaders.

Dr. Daniele`s work on wearable biochemical sensors is crucial to the NSF ASSIST Center, and his popular Wearable Biosensors and Microsystems course is a student favorite. Plus, his leadership in the SensUs competition gives students incredible global research experiences.

Congrats, Dr. Daniele, for this well-deserved recognition! 🎓🌟 #ThinkECE
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